150m banners to visit mosques in Bristol, then return to Elbit for rally

On Saturday 2nd March, Naming the Dead returns to the arms company Elbit Systems in Filton, Bristol. For the last 3 weeks, banners extending to over 150m have been inscribed by members of the Bristol public with the names of over 10,000 Palestinians killed in Gaza. Public writing events have taken place at College Green …

Delivering names of the dead to the arms dealers

For the second time in two weeks, members of Bristol’s public were invited to meet in an outdoor space and write names of the dead in Gaza onto long banners. On the 18th February, at College Green, more than 4,000 names of children had been written onto banners stretching to over 100m. A week later, on …

Members of the public write names of Palestinian dead

I grew up witnessing the Palestinians refugees’ life in their camps in Damascus and their struggle then being from Syria, a country that was torn apart. It is so hard to explain to people who have never witnessed war or lived under a tyrant how it feels. For that I do appreciate you and your friends …

Collaborative writing of names at College Green

PRESS RELEASE: 15/02/2024 NAMING THE DEAD EVENT AT COLLEGE GREEN SUNDAY 18 FEBRUARY, 2024 12 NOON onwards Organised by Naming the Dead, BPA (Bristol Palestine Alliance), PSC, the Hands Up Project, and others At 12.0 on Sunday 18 February, a group will gather outside Bristol Cathedral to sing laments for the dead children in Gaza, …